Phanteks' Enthoo Evolv ITX has been available for some time now in an all-black finish, but the company is spicing up the Evolv ITX lineup with a couple new colors. A white version of this Mini-ITX case is now available with a contrasting black interior finish, while the black model can now be had with red insides. Take a peek:
Pretty sharp, eh? Paint jobs aside, these cases are otherwise identical to the original Evolv ITX, which has some neat features like a slide-out radiator bracket and modular bays for 2.5" and 3.5" storage. We're also taken with the mini-Evolv's 200 mm of space for tower-style air coolers, an unusually generous figure for Mini-ITX cases.
We've contacted Phanteks for pricing and availability info, though TechPowerUp appears to have gotten ahold of the company's press release. If that document is correct, the black-and-red model will cost €70, or about $81 at today's exchange rates. The white-and-black version is €80, or about $92. Both versions should be available for purchase in October.
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